Hollywood has spoken out about the possibility of Roe V. Wade being overturned.
On Monday, May 2, Politico published a draft of a Supreme Court opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 ruling declaring that the Constitution guarantees Americans the right to end their pregnancies.
Following the news, many celebrities took to social media to call out the highest court in the land and the shocking ne' developments.
Scroll through the gallery to see the stars who have spoken out about the Supreme Court's drafted opinion.
Jennifer Garner shared multiple messages to her Instagram stories about keeping women's bodies out from under the control of men. One which read, "You can't ban abortion you can only ban safe abortions."
Harry Styles threw his support behind all women as he posted to his Instagram stories a message which read, "Men shouldn't be making laws about women's bodies."
Hailey Bieber shared a video of Senator Elizabeth Warren fuming with anger as she made an impassioned speech to the crowd in Washington.
Pheobe Bridgers vulnerably opened up about how this decision had a intense personal impact as she revealed she had an abortion while on tour last year. “I went to planned parenthood where they gave me the abortion pill. It was easy," she explained. “Everyone deserves that kind of access.”
Willow Smith voiced her displeasure with the Supreme Court's potential decision on Instagram by sharing a quote by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez which read: "There is nothing pro-life about denying people comprehensive sexual education/ making birth control harder to access forcing others to give birth against their will and stripping them of healthcare and food assistance afterwards."
Sam Asghari supportively shared a post to Instagram which read: "Men shouldn't be making laws about women's bodies."
"Hey SCOTUS. Let Roe Vs. Wade stand. You did it in 1992. Stare Decicis. This has been decided," Reese Witherspoon wrote on Twitter.
Jennifer Aniston took to her Instagram Stories to share multiple posts about the shocking news. "This would be a good time for some men to start speaking up, too..." the Friends star wrote beside a repost of the headline.
"How nice that these ideological nuts who don't care about democracy or the will of the people—who overwhelmingly support a woman's right to choose—can feel safe inside whilst they eviscerate our rights and condemn women to die. Abortion will never end. Only safe abortions," Sophia Bush emphasized on Twitter.
"I'm so, what's the word right now? I can't say it. Everyone is focused on whose wearing what at the Met Gala and women's rights are taking the biggest hit in plain sight. I wish everyone would focus on one thing. We need everyone to focus on the news coming out regarding #SCOTUS," Maria Shriver wrote on Twitter.